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"judy manage" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

14:34 min | 4 months ago

"judy manage" Discussed on KCRW

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"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

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"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"A good friend of twenty four is Austin, Ward. He's the head of content. Listen Gallery. And he told the globalist earlier today about the reopening, and about whether these new digital innovations in the arts sector could be here. Here to stay here. He is by worth a moment about twenty years ago when everyone discussed the exciting innovations of net art and the first works online that we're actually digital only, but I think we're just learning the ways now to catch up with the fact that people do live the majority of their laws online, and we have to reflect as well. We can't pretend that people may not want to travel for the foreseeable future may not want to go to office, so we have to be able to open up to the world in different ways and using that portal as primary exhibition space for now. Seen won't talking to US Elliott Kelsey talking there about people's read since round traveling a reluctance to I guess. Maybe that's counterintuitive to degree. Want one does a lot of people think this could be desperate to get out back into the world, but. Looking at the art world specifically Aussies right because they've been wrestling with the increasing influence of online without an auction spaces, commercial spaces public It's not going to change everything. You don't have a crystal ball, but if you did what would it be telling you? Well I! Do think that the fact that. Online digital art has existed for quite a few years and hasn't managed to completely on is thrown physical arts. The way we know it is in itself a bit of a sign I don't think that the entirety of the commercial art world's model will be upended because for two months, people couldn't go physically to galleries. I think it will have an effect, and it will probably tempt those people who approached buying off commercially in a way that is more investment like. into so in a way, that's probably more practical for them. But for those who collect for different reasons. And offer mixed reasons. Seeing, an artwork in Passan is still I think. Just a replaceable as an experience to. To find out whether you do like it when you do one for it to a company going forward whether your I I'm buyer or collected, that is amassing a collection that they wanNA show in their own foundation. I do think that. This situation has. Forced galleries to rethink is how they need to use their digital space because. There are lots of galleries have taken to their online presence as basically you know shopping carts, and so the experience of watching of going to an exhibition online is basically like scrolling through. A page where you can just put something in your shopping trolley and then go head to check out and I think the galleries that. Have used digital works appropriately online will be able perhaps even to feed that conversation from a content point of view, and how the work can evolve in lockstep with what the gallery can show because digital are ultimately depends on the media in which is shown in so the more the galleries websites evolve more digital art, itself can evolve. I think that's an exciting development. Saying that and I think that the physical fair has a place. In Our habits. Obviously, there were lots of conversations already about whether the mega outfit still had relevance in our current. The there were too many offers and the clerk proliferation about fares on the calendar and I think the ultimate response in the term will be that though smaller art fairs that we did keep seeing proliferating will actually come in quite handy right now, because maybe yes, people don't feel like they can travel. All the way to Miami own. Across. At the moment. Maybe they will feel like bail. Go to their own deals offense. They had snubbed because they had bigger fast. Goto or maybe. Not ferron just the country nearby it could lead to a new crop, or at least a leading crop of smaller galleries are accessible, mulkey rated, and I can prove a turning point for those organizations definitely. Christina, we've been hearing about your new son flooded wolves of your above ground domicile now the London slightly easing up, really be beating to a gallery up some extensive works to feature on those aforementioned walls, or is this something else you're? You're dreaming of doing as we. As we, as we head offline back into the real world while. Yes I could talk reams and reams about my apartment but I. Don't think too. Many people want to hear about that from the listeners side. I will say yes I've thought a lot about so the couple of the things that I did before the lockdown started here was go to a couple of museums, and that's sort of what. Is imprinted in my memory if you will going to the. Tutankhamun Exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery the Andy Warhol Exhibition at the tape. Modern those are the kind of things do have a big impact on your life when you're able to go out to some of these local exhibitions museums. It's the kind of things that I think for me at least there. That simply cannot be replicated by watching them online or digital galleries. I think what Karen talks. About is very interesting particularly when it comes to the purchasing of art, I can imagine that a little bit more perhaps if you have a really good website, if you have good innovative ways to show, the art works that you're going to purchase, that can make a difference for me, though in terms of actually the experience of art, the experience of exhibitions and art effects. Nothing can replace just just going out there and seeing them in person, so I am looking forward to doing that again. At some point soon. The only other thing I would add to that, perhaps on a more general note is sports. Of course I'm a big tennis fan for example and I was sad to see things like Wimbledon. Get delayed until next year, but that too I think it's good to watch on TV like watching TV, but nothing can quite replace the atmosphere of being in a crowd. Watching a sports event whether it's football or tennis or baseball or else so I'm very much looking forward to that, that will take a bit longer. Sadly I'm sure Tom. You feel that as well but It will take a little bit longer before we can get back to something like that, but. I'm looking forward to that day. I. Share Your Anticipation it'll be. Worth waiting for we have to hope Chris. Christie Mac and Kiara Amela. A pair I think you'd agree old masters, both and priceless, of course thanks to them for being with us on the late edition today. Thanks to you to ask. Judy manages steph genuine and San impact money so much here in London. We'll be back with another edition of the lights edition tomorrow at the right time until that goodbye. Thanks for being with us..

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"judy manage" Discussed on 3X Value Growth

3X Value Growth

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"judy manage" Discussed on 3X Value Growth

"Multiply Your Business value in three steps and I always start every episode with a little bit of Trivia About Hampshire and today's Trivia is about the company that produces yogurt stony field farms. TMZ You feel farm actually. Is the next town over from me and when you visit they will teach you how yogurt is made from the cow to to the incubator to the cooler and in addition they give away free samples. So that's my trivia about New Hampshire for this episode. Today I'm joined by Michelle Pasco Pasco. Welcome Michelle thank you very much some very on a to B. He you carrying on this list well. This is delightful for me. Where are you hailing from? Because you you don't have a New England accent now. I would love to live there up visiting a few times so I come from. A small town called Camden which is about got an hour out of Sydney Australia. So it's a beautiful pie all birth rural lifestyle and still being an animal side from the main city metropolis metropolis in the airport. Perfect perfect location to have best of both worlds. Sadly is this is terrific to have you here because our audience doesn't know enough. What about you? I'm going to I read a little bit about you. Michelle pesca combines her extensive experience and specialized knowledge with an absolute commitment. It meant to igniting the potential in every individual so they can achieve outstanding results as an international speaker. She's a C. S. P.. She established tablist her business in nineteen ninety four employing seventy people. Michelle specializes in every aspect of service operations and processes looking holistically at the overall impact of the customer experience. So that's who Michelle is today. We're having a seven question interview on the topic of how to lead a multigenerational team and sharing that they turn up for work tomorrow. This it's GonNa be Great. So are you ready for my seven questions in seven minutes on Siddeley. I'm you'd probably have to edit me but I'm I'm ready to Gar- Awesome Michelle. Who who is your ideal client so my clients that I work with the dumbly would have attained next dots from about eight and some of them have six hundred fifty? So it's Rhode Ryan Jr in for these companies with this is team. What problem are you trying to solve? So it's actually connecting and engaging teaching team members to provide a service experience that goes beyond what their customers are expecting. That's nice insisting so obviously there's a problem then you're talking about multigenerational businesses. So my third question is what are the typical symptoms of this that you see owners experiencing or or that they're talking about it's all about that middle management leadership it could be team leaders supervisors. Judy manages is that Great de eh that at times the values may not be aligned with the company's values and actually that they truly believe in the vision so they go about operating sitting in their own leadership style that is not congruent with the values of the organization therefore a giant the team on the journey with them and the issues that we have. Is that a customer does not have the service that is what we're hoping for them to save. So there's a disconnect between between what management thinks the vision and purpose is and what in their own system. Each of these managers is actually following through with the process. That's expected yes. Yes that's true because they haven't been really involved and being accountable for that vision many times they will come into an organization. Carry Carrie where there's you know it's it's espoused in the on the wall in the company handbook and I don't actually know what it means. So they just coming with the previous baggage age of how the lead before and they just do that and then therefore daytime heavy united leadership team and as soon as you have a united leadership team then we we all know that the frontline team will separate them. You know that it will prefer to work with others and not worked for this person. And you're not getting getting the whole team where he get. And that's what's caused this unity and then Nari worry in the business succeeds will. That's just did performance and success fall fall down because you don't have that so fourth question building on. That is one of the most common mistakes that you see owners making when they tried to address. Ask themselves yeah. This they try to they try to get back into the business and trying to do all the things that they need to be doing and now the going back into were will she hates Ya role that so maybe good but others. It's the better at some other skill sets. So there's Chee K distinct people there's one then then turns around and leads from that micromanaging performance. Managing not so much threatening but that you know if you don't do this this is what they are it comes going to be. It's not GonNa be pretty gotTa work together. It's not green people on the journey. It's telling them what they have to do will look out for the consequences. The Nice why because what they're not doing is displaying the values of the company through the actions and behaviors and if they die display. I can tell you Out Carry your pain and customers will then work out what they believe your values are so. That's one the other thing is the later he just doesn't doesn't build trust entertain and have they build trust as you would know in. Many listeners is through delegation. If you delegate yet show we can all do it better. ETA quicker foster whatever it might be as the owners of the latest about businesses but if not delegate not abdicate that actually delegate responsibilities to route from our team members then they then. Why don't you know if you don't trust us to do that and show they're gonNA make mistakes? They will make mistakes. That's how we learn. That's how we gather people's ideas and that's what's critical so let me have Thurs.. Two people. Those two ideas of what that leadership person is trying to do. There is no success. But we're looking for is a team later guys ak I'm actually going to be fungible in a way is I'm actually going to show the actions and behaviors that behind the values and the vision of my business. The business that I worked for and then I will trust my I take will show them how we can do things to get. Not just paying net micro managerial demanding from their point of authority. Therefore what one free valuable action that you can recommend that my audience members can actually implement right now how this is going to help them and increase the value of their business. It's creating commonalities. It's connecting conversations carry. I've done this quite a lot with very large taints. As a quick team exercise you have a staff meeting righ- everybody to groups of three then size them find three things that you have have in common. And what is this going to have to make. They're going to have to Java so when they come into that staffroom brighten up. Actually tell them you'll sit visit so they're not sitting in here with the best friends and when I have to have a conversation about what does three things in common they learn about each other. They'd learned that that person who may be a baby boomer their agenda it stopping interesting. You know I work with companies that have got five generations in no entertains age eighty two. It's phenomenal but when they get together what we finding mice with James Eighties. They don't have the opportunities. Perhaps we did once I am grandparents may need by that through choice. All's through distance so thank you love. Doing is hearing from older generations that wisdom. Why do they? You'd get them up every morning. Truly I'd want to hear that as much as earlier generations learn from the ones that are coming through now. It's it's very important to me. That's one of the key. Things create those commonalities. Then I learned something about each other than at suckling more and they understand way people luke coming from. That's what grows business. That's what grades the Jayme. Michelle my six question. What's one valuable free resource that you can direct people to this going going to help them further solve this problem and we're down to one minute? I can't go to MS show. PESCAR DOT COM. That's in my C.. H. E. A. S. C. A week dot com slash block. All my articles. They're about as this one is. How do you lead an intergenerational taper some further tips for you perfect and the last question is really turned the tables on you? What's one question I should've asked you Michelle and I didn't what would be that question? And what would be the answer that you can share. Please understanding people's journey. How do you as a later? Not a potential in somebody in your chain. WHO's not everybody knows what's inside them? I'm and the greatness that they had a true later the best later is the person sees that ignites that and see that person perfect. Thank you very much Michelle Pesky for joining me here on the three x value growth. podcast thank you for your time loved being. Thank you so much. Carry and look forward to meeting you. One Sunday in New Hampshire perfect. Thanks for checking out the three x value growth. podcast if you.

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"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

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"judy manage" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"You're in for a real treat, so let's get started. I can't believe I'm sitting in your charming house. Myself even here we've tried to do every that. The only new thing got was the sofa because fits the space, perfectly it had to be the right size but everything is recycled. Even curtains that one hundred years old. Tried to only have old things I wanted to continue in the house. I love it. Okay, ready? Welcome back to the slow flowers podcast with Deborah printing. And I am so thrilled to introduce you to Shane Connolly of Shang Conley and company based here in England. In London Shane, thank you for saying, yes, pleasure joining me on the I would have said, yes, years ago. Well, I wanted to do at person. Exactly listen, more of a tweet, thank you. So I'm delighted that I got to see your beautiful workspace and studio, and you agreed to sit down and talk a little bit about many topics for the podcast. To start can you give us a snapshot of Shane Connolly and company, the scope of what this, this enterprise is goes. Sometimes it feels like cotija industry, sometimes it feels like it's international. And sometimes it feels like it's a tiny company. Sometimes it feels very interesting. I think I wish someone had been able to tell me when I was sixteen hike, citing my life would be. Glad no one told me how little money you make from it. But the excitement. I suppose when I first started I didn't know what was going to be doing. It was slightly accidents as well as intentional, but I thought I would be doing parties and weddings and with lowers with low. Yeah, but I never thought that it was going to spiral into giving Tokes writing books troubling. I mean, I would never thought that that's the international part. And I believe that I've been to so many places to meet will you, you said the this business now took flowers off the name in its and company? But I was declawed. Yes. But it wasn't. I mean that's certainly not your intent every. 'cause I wasn't doing didn't want flaws that, that wasn't just it just seemed cleaner to be shamed Coney and company. It also allowed it to be the feeling that it wasn't just me. Shading Coney flaws meant that I was so responsive. But it gave the team more of a sense know people call themselves odd petals and rainbows something, and something not means that they then have scope for other people to be considered as important as them on Shang Tobin flaws meant it had to be me. ES whereas uncoupling means. Share the love. That's it. So, so your your, your main emphases are weddings and events. And then. Consulting for specific. Yes. Floral related projects. Yes. Okay. M in speaking, and writing. And how do you divide up that high very badly? Okay. Unusually everything on the same week. Of course, still has to be done by four o'clock. As well as you mean, the last person this Judy, who has to deed, the bins because they started to smell old on the web by five o'clock. How do you divide it up? Not consciously. Okay. I don't think I'm particularly time manager and love Judy who is. Office manager, Judy manage sending sad very badly. I find easy destructed by the creative side, which is the unit while you do it. Exactly. And sometimes the, the delivery of that loved each delivery of roses arriving from Wales going on a lovely femme and not can distract you away from the quote that you're supposed to be writing midday so easily absolute when we were walking over here, I was going to ask you talking about Jili. We'll become on the frontlines. Speaking with the inquiry person enquiring about a winning and trying to determine whether the right fit for you. But at some point, you have the meeting with the prospective couple or the client, and then you do have to write a proposal that's the stuff that you want to run away from the office to go lowers, and yeah, distract..

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"judy manage" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

13:11 min | 2 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"And I don't know if you're aware of this. But about eighty five to ninety percent of the cars that they have on their used car. Lot came from customers, not the. Yeah. So you definitely want to keep that in mind, plus any car you buy on the lot that used can be service right there at alcohol and Ford they have a quick lane service where factory trained technicians can work on your vehicle to matter. What the maker model is and you'll still get the great prices that you're so used to getting their alcohol and Ford fifteen ninety five east main street and alcohol on big big supporters of Borana speedway. And we can't thank them enough for all their year round support of Borana in with that being said, we've got dirt dude on the line. Are you doing buddy? I'm doing good. How about you guys? Too bad. What are you gonna do for the rest of the year? Resi your next five months man, sleep by said, what are you gonna do with us? I am probably gonna have. Do a couple of desert trips. And then I'll have some monster trucks carrying out that wary and watch a lot of reruns in you know, try and catch up on race aware. I can. Yeah. Well, it sounds like it's so last night sounds like it was a good time. And how did that work out doing the awards at the end of the show was that that everybody's really liked that? Yeah. Yeah. I know. Ended. So that way you're not coming back January worry in the next year. I mean, it's nice to go on a big banquet. And everyone gets all dressed up. And you come back. You know, a lot of people are like they're already checked out doing stuff or made plans after the holidays. So you have to. Banquet is only good for a very small handful of people. Mostly just the winner. The people the top side in the innovation are really going to be there for that. So and I get it. I get it. I get it. But I know I've sat in the audience and watched other people win and it's not the most enjoyable evening. So it's kind of I think very smart way to do it because he really is. And you will get it at the Bank with two, and that's your peers your peers are the ones that are are the supportive ones. And you know, the fact that you you won the trophy you won the the whole series. But if you didn't win it. Then you gotta go spend money on. I mean, I think it's a smart move. I mean, I'm sure there's pro and con, but I think it it. It's it's where the awards should be. And that's at the track. Yeah. We've done a couple of times in the track. And we've done a couple of times at banquet. This makes both ways, you know, every once in a while maybe a refi doing it in a hotel. Yeah. I mean last night, actually, it's pretty good. We had over seven hundred fans we had fourteen or fourteen more show up in sixty five cars. It was it was a good turnout by everybody junior sprayed swim with the open. Call their season came together and had a big wing on his car, and that car just ran really strong and helping cops vision the New York masters, TJ Sexton gotta win and turn it Cardi in our meteoric. Sportsman's gotta win. I'd like know get a shot out to everyone. There are rookies of the year and the pure stocks got Jason Saunders that kid just moved up year year and a half ago from the from the small track. One of our junior drivers age based on the big track. Now, also say McCain McGowan, he got the pony rookie of the year. Chain Sexton got his seven main event win last night. And he was the rookie of the year, and he stopped bunnies. Gerry? Anderson was the rookie year in the modified the streets. Tenor Puckett, I think you might have talked to him right data before. Andy dwarf cars Jacob Colton broke of the year junior. Sprint? This is the overall all they all shaved after the end the overall championship for the divisions last night, California showed up Dominic Del Monte got a minivan, and it would be good battle between. Jerry, Kramer, Bobby McCain, and Brad Sexton so twenty one. California. Laney spread showed up last night. Turn out to different lawnmower to business. Way out of Arizona to race with us lawnmower resigned. They had like a just a regular GP class, and it was pretty much lower deck on it. The more is pretty much a stock more with a single cylinder. You could build it. You can kinda lowered a little bit. But you know, it's unlimited class. So you really kind of limited on what why rich in the tank, and then we went into the supermodel on Moore's and this is pretty much stock Cal and one section of the stock frame. Usually the middle section is dot framed. Everything else is you know, whatever you wanna make nad twin twenty cylinder Motors in and they were just low and mean, they almost sound like a drag hardy when they were going around the corner down the stairway. So men, Gary Pepsi one that got a minivan win. And the last time they out the sixteen Luke paths, which is son got the main win so back and forth. And you know, just like they did last time. Dad, actually beat the sun last time in the sun beat the dead eight sixteen of Luke paths when he's coming out of turn four and into the straightway heat. You see budget the Carter steps out. I mean, this is going on the straightaway sideways because it's got so much cork, and it's just going. So did you strap on did you strap on? Did you go out and take for a ride Norwood? Let me did. I would have no one would let you did. You ask. I didn't know because you know. Hey, it's not my quit. I'm not going to go out and tear it out. Go. I'm trying to do is show. You know, it'd be entertaining out there. But everybody everybody well during intermission. I would love. Well, you don't, but you could do put your headset on and just go out there. You don't have to do complete hammer down. I mean, you're gonna have fun with it is I know you wanna drive one. I there's a couple of things drive out there. You're driving along back back in an industry stocks. Dave cappella guy, another main event win stems one for tonight modified teric Evans got his third main event. Win are pro ponies went to. Dennis Taylor with a fourteenth main event win. I mean, he pretty much dominated the season in stock bunny was the seventy seven th minute minute for the thirty six Shane sex. So and our pure stocks are last was. Last night. Christopher Evans got a second mandate, man and are division. Champions was inner Superstock the canine mad dog micro will our streets. Dachshunds Paul Dan Berger, the door cards is John Isabella the modules. Roy Henry are pure stocks. Jason ridge are pony. Stocks. Was Russell Staley and our Dennis Taylor. And last night the workers were on their own open comping, and they took off without giving me like information. I I did have breaking list dirt in points when I did the awards ceremony. Robert Peter showed up with an open com car and pretty much ran away with it. Got a fast car. And I said this what you're going to see how much difference. These open cars are John Isabel has got a real fast car him and the ninety one right O'Connor Stevens for for points. When so those are two fast cars John was leading. And then he just kinda flew by a couple of action and just took off that much of a big difference in what and show you how cool is that Britney got thirty points. Rhino Carter was second in points. And I think he had or or six event win and Jonathan Bella was first in points, and they had retired almost pretty much per wins for four six. So you're to most wins where first and second and Brittany. What's third? So I'm like, that's great. That. Standing finishing all every race. Right. Yeah. Consistent. She she showed up. She finished. She trailer. He showed up she finished. She trailer stayed out of trouble didn't get in any real didn't get in anybody's way, super respectful driver. But yet consistent, and I think she learned every race because every race. She was she would end up placing in a better location. What's nice 'cause she didn't race last night? And I got to sit down and actually talk to our watching the hot obsession. So we got dog. She's telling me about what about, you know, the learning lines that you know, the learning of the game face and and getting into the whole season she got late in the season really started focusing on what she was doing. So, you know, she's talking about how she needs to change your focus, and you know, where she needs to be focusing more. And then hopefully next year, you know, win the main event and me and a third points is like a phenomenal. Out of all the cars that we had out there. Well, here's the thing. She got third points over the whole season. And she didn't even race last night. She was able to throw that race basically away and still come in third. That's huge last night was open com. So that means they already finished your point. Oh, gotcha. Gotcha. Gotcha. That was a freebie on points because they already finished the championship. That's why they went. Okay, bring whatever you want. And it's gonna be open calm because there's no points being scored. So guys are showing up with wings. Some of these other guys had like these wedge shaped dwarf cars, then you could start running a different a different tire can actually run like a sprint car tire. Like, the mini sprayed tires just didn't normal. You know, the they're limited on size. You can run on a dwarf car tire houses show. It was good. Wait kinda long. Adelaide starting to a divisions. Go to man and there'd be words equity afterwards. Had a band plane had some food gave out all the trophies. You know, just hung out afterwards and had some more than just enjoyed the company. We everybody had you know for a while. And you know, 'cause it'd be like you said they're talking about looking at the schedule maybe sometime, July, maybe ended July. So that's what they're gonna come up with another schedule. So but we don't race till March. So I mean, yeah. That's about four to five months taking off now. So thank you. Thank you. Judy and Todd and Tricia, Troy, everyone, you know, they they really did a great job this year. I try really brought some some great tracks to us. And just you know, God and Judy managing it, and then taking over for promotion and stuff all we had a great group of on tears from our score keepers to our flagger to everyone working to corners working all of our different sections, staging, you know, Nancy and Roger Harper Roger took over race director Nancy took over staging after Debbie and Mark Chapman lap. And you know, it's been really great with them. They really took it over and really went with it. And like the whole banquet thing, Nancy good all the trophies. She on the people do and did all that. She's been doing since Debbie laughed. And you know, there's just a ton of people that track just are just, you know, making that thing go, right? You couldn't do it without them. Yeah. It takes a village. You know, what they say take your village? And then you had that transition to with the racers against drugs thing going on too. Yeah. That's still going on. And and you know, the high masters taken that over and starting to work with it. So yeah, she was here last night. I guess you went there to see some family. So she wasn't really racing our track, but she came to watch and was getting ready for the last race in Paris out. Because I think a lot of are a few of our drivers up there racing for the night of champions. Think is what they call it or something. Yeah. Next saturday. Yeah. Yep. Should be should be a phenomenal time. Yeah. I was talking to Shelly wilder last night in Dennis is going to run. And she wanted me to come back. Like, oh my gosh. Two weeks in a row. I don't know. Yeah. All right, buddy. Hey, so you'll be keeping the website alive and well all all throughout the off season. Maybe we can get some more drivers to come in. And maybe do some K US. I bring down some of the champions. Well, a lot of fun. So you, and I need to stay in touch love to have you in and hang out with this. Maybe covering motor sports..

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"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"The new york times they've put on countless subscription since he came to office they they do get a definite spike in interest every time he calls them the failing new york times but clearly especially even before trump got elected they were clearly trying to position themselves not merely as america's journal of record but the global news paper record trying to save themselves do you think that do you think that's a title they deserve no i think there are americans i mean i hallway the roberts say they have a special point of view i mean they definitely lack of hume lack of humor and i think it's it's really a sin for british journalists or british people in general and and well i mean they they've been doing their best but they can dominate the world like but got some very good brent journalist the particularly colorful goal who really sprung them with about the killing of osama bin laden that really the pakistanis new by this she she she really nailed that one but we've been reading off go have we about this in the new yorker the new yorker i think does a better job particularly long form journalism of real reporting the neither the times oh the post of the moment but the times the post i do agree going through a golden era at the moment but i do wish would more loves bring back arc book fold well basically what we need is an american newspapers resource we've with british journalists and perhaps the the coach and france and perhaps the national australia one but yes reiteration of when that is in the uk that he's sunday the twenty fourth of june on bbc two and that does bring us to the end off today show florence beat them and and robert folks thank you both very much for joining us up midori house the show was produced by ben ryland research by phenomena augusta per shake owned barabbas judy manage it was david stevens music next one thousand nine hundred it's monocle on design there's more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred madari house returns tomorrow at eighteen hundred london time be your host for that as well a manager mullah thanks for listening.

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"judy manage" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"War were on board judy and frank managed to escape frank by shoving judy out of a porthole telling her to swim for it and then miraculously getting out of the wreckage alive himself both of them then swam for their lives judy managed to save at least four prisoners by having them hang onto her and he would be she would paddle them over to debris in the water or you know another floating device and save their lives and finally when you know everybody was safe she then allowed herself to be pulled this when they were being tracked by shocks judy was barking at them but that was a different occasion that was when she was first rescued by george i see i should've she barks at charts she barks at anything japanese charge anything threatening her ability to sense danger was unparalleled and obviously in a war that's what you need in this case she made it back to singapore survivors of the record brought to singapore for holding she and franken were brought back separately and frank really thought you know he had seen the last of judy they went both to this temporary camp called the river valley prison camp judy arrived i and waited for laurie and then when franken decamp with his head held low she jumped on him from behind they had a very tearful reunion astonished that both were still alive and back together again now preposterous no way you'd accept this hollywood movie how frank is going to get judy out of river valley given the conditions of war this is now one thousand nine hundred forty four the japanese order all these prisoners collected up and they're going to take them sumatra for slave labor they've decided to you use the slave labor rather than just pen them up the slave labor to death is the presumption here how does frank gets judy all the way to the extremely bad condition said pack on borrow.

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"judy manage" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The japanese less and less food made it to global goer and the other prison camps and the prisoners are basically forced to fend for themselves and that included judy the decision is made to move the prisoners from glow gar to work on the railroads on sumatra and they got on board a ship the a dutch ship you'll have to pronounce it for me robert i'll just guess added but in any event there on a ship in the straits of malacca this is forty four june of forty four and their torpedo you call it a hell ship was it a prison ship yes the japanese frequently transported pow's throughout the pacific theater on these quote unquote hell ships by basically taking sounds of prisoners and jamming him into the cargo holds without regard for whether or not any of them could breathe or move they were just packed in like sardines this ship in particular the von vic very poor dutch translation by myself but i tried vic wasn't detour pedo by british submarine ironically enough who had no idea that from the prisoners of war we're on board judy and frank managed to escape frank by shoving judy out of a porthole telling her to swim for it and then miraculously getting out of the wreckage alive himself both of them then swam for their lives judy managed to save at least four prisoners by having them hang onto her and he would you know she would paddle them over to debris in the water or you know another floating device and save their lives and finally when you know everybody was safe she then allowed herself to be pulled this when they were being tracked by sharks and judy was barking at them that was a different occasion that was when she was first rescued by george why she barks at sharks she barks at anything japanese sean anything threatening her ability to sense danger was unparalleled and get obviously in the war that's what you need in this case she made it back to singapore these providers of the record brought to singapore for holding she and frank were bought brought back separately and.

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"judy manage" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"They walked around and counted people sleeping on the street in the mayor was among them and our friend judy manage show did it too and a lot of people a lot of people that are just they walk around they walk and look at cars they go in woods they go on the streets and they start counting so they counted up it's twenty three percent increase they found it's a little over two it's two thousand thirty six people totaled it's not really any all of you like to complain ally it's not apparently based on the numbers is not really that much different than what you'd find in dallas or houston so don't blame it all in the city of austin so is one of those days where you right it's like these companies you work for you have these flowery mission statements but nobody really knows what it means here's a flowery mission statement about a awful problem and how you go from a to b to see is the yearold problem decade old problem thirty year old problem it's the same thing the same discussion over and over again i'll be the first one to say if anyone calls today and says that you think that people should be ticketed or charged for giving someone money or a sandwich i think you are immoral they have every right to hand somebody a sandwich if they want the day that the government starts telling you you can't hand somebody a dollar or a sandwich is we should just give up and i know that's one of the solutions that have been tried around the country and people always seem to guam onto and say but it works but it works but it works the government should to tell you you can't go hand somebody fifty cents sorry right i mean i e even if it's the right even if it's the wrong thing to do is to give someone a sandwich government can make you a criminal for trying to help someone out that's wrong that's just wrong if it if it if it doesn't if it increases the homeless problem i'll accept that but it's morally wrong for the government to tell you you can't hand somebody five dollars or fifty cents that's your business that is oh maybe a stupid thing to do because i know there've been municipalities including dallas tried this.

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"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"But i don't want to comment on the book itself deal dill one reads it um but they do come back to your question what will happen item no but but we can can we know oscar whoever commissions is can absolutely rely on trump himself turning it into a massive apps so by by complaining about why the ratings will go legally i mean he's boob he's going to boost his lawyers to two yunhu bannet or something like that and which will just inc lied more and more coo's it i mean this is this is is a brilliant younis madefortelevision precisely because of the act will see tuition in the white house were as as you suggested we don't know which one is the real thing and which one is the comedy well on allnutt philosophical quandary vote does bring us to the end of today's show some about the borrow oscar fought the older rivera thank you both very much for joining us up midori house today show was produced by been role in research by guy looks and james kitchen s judy manage it was david stevens there's more music next at nineteen hundred it's the urban est une back with more on the day's main stories on the a twenty two hundred meduri house returns sime tom tomorrow 1800 london i mentioned will look thanks for listening the the perfect that hey.

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"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"judy manage" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"In daytime hours to to complain about lack of catering and m i made i told him this breaking story and i said and if you don't provide us with some decent catering in the middle of the night you won't have a happy newsroom and he looked at me and he said that's the last thing i want it was the only competition arkham arkhan offer is is is having is my recollections of the officers of melody mike avi he now demonised roll weekly which was a wonderful place to work at the time absolutely enormous fun but obviously when i think of it now my recollections of a sort of a cross between a halfway house zoo some description it should really never been allowed on forest safety grounds if nothing else if if we have to do we have time for one more very very quickly before the journalist i've had a summit job working as a delivery driver through a wholesale kenny pharmaceutucal company and my first day i said where do we go for lunch and the blokes had a show you we will to the back of the warehouse sat on some opec in cases and said did you bring your sandwiches i want i was my nighttime representative sebastian volga and i've or gave with thank you both very much that is all for today's edition of dorje house there is produced by henry sheridan research brought fernando gestapo checker and jonathan whitfield as judy manage was karen banerjee music next at nineteen hundred andrew talk with your stand back with more on the day's big stories on the daily at twenty two hundred dory house returns tomorrow it 1800 london tom for now i'm andrew miller thanks for listening.

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